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Eminem Asks Detroit Lions Coach Dan Campbell to Put Him in the Game and 'Just Give Me a Uniform'

On Sunday, the "Mockingbird" rapper said his New Year's resolution was for the Lions to win the Super Bowl in an Instagram video

<p>Kurt Krieger/Corbis via Getty; Nic Antaya/Getty</p> Eminem; Dan Campbell

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Eminem; Dan Campbell

Eminem will do anything to see his hometown team go to the Super Bowl.

In a video shared on Instagram Tuesday, the "Without Me" rapper called out Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell and asked him to put him in the game.

"Yo, Dan, I’m reporting. I’m going to report. Third quarter," the "Mockingbird" rapper, 51, said. "I’m reporting, offensive line, eligible receiver. I’ll be the quarterback, the entire line, [the] offensive line. And the receiver, I will throw it to myself and score a touchdown. In the third quarter. Just give me a uniform. Or at least just a helmet."

"I'm gonna be there that night, I will suit up, and I will score us the winning touchdown," he added.

Eminem captioned the post: "Coach Dan … the offer still stands. I’m around for Sunday, lmk…"

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On Sunday, Eminem shared a similar video where he confessed that his "New Year's resolution was for the Lions to win the Super Bowl."

That same night, the Lions beat the Los Angeles Rams 24-23, marking their first play-off game victory in 32 years.

At the game, Eminem was hyping up the crowd on the big screen as fans in the audience sang his hit song "Lose Yourself," according to a fan video shared on X (formerly Twitter).

Before the game on Sunday, Eminem shared another video on Instagram with a message directed at Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford (who previously played for the Lions for 12 seasons).

“Stafford. What’d I say? You owe me this favor, bro. I was there for you when you won it,” Eminem said in the video, referencing the Super Bowl in 2022, which the Rams won. “I was there for you. I was right there. I rapped for you, Stafford. Bro, I rapped for you! Can you just let us have this one? Just this one.”

<p>Marshall Mathers/Instagram</p> Eminem

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Eminem

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Up next, the Lions will play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the divisional round on Sunday.

In October, Eminem attended a Lions game with his daughter Hailie Jade Scott at Ford Field. The "Rap God" performer shared a photo of himself at the game that featured him flexing his arm muscles from inside his suite, and also posted a video of him cheering on the team set to his 2002 hit “Lose Yourself.” In the video, Eminem leans over in his seat at one point to chat with Hailie, 28.

“Detroit strong!!! 💪💪💪🦁🦁🦁let’s f---in gooooo!!!!” he captioned the post.

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